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Measurement of the Density of Engineered Silver Nanoparticles Using Centrifugal FFF-TEM and Single Particle ICP-MS

17-May-2017 | Soheyl Tadjiki; Manuel David Montaño; Shoeleh Assemi; Angela Barber; James Ranville; Ronald Beckett, Analytical Chemistry, 2017

A methodology has been developed to measure nanoparticle mass and density, by combining centrifugal field-flow fractionation (CeFFF; more commonly called sedimentation FFF or SdFFF) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Particle effective mass obtained from CeFFF retention data and particle ...

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Core–shell and gradient morphology polymer particles analyzed by X‐ray photoelectron spectroscopy: Effect of monomer feed order

16-May-2017 | Florent Jasinski, Victoria L. Teo, Rhiannon P. Kuchel, Monique Mballa Mballa, Stuart C. Thickett, Richard H. G. Brin ..., Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT The synthesis of composite latex particles possessing core–shell and gradient morphologies, respectively, using seeded starve‐fed semibatch emulsion polymerization of styrene (St) and methyl methacrylate (MMA) is presented. The focus is on the effect of the monomer feed order on the ...

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Polysiloxane/polyacrylate composite latexes with balanced mechanical property and breathability: Effect of core/shell mass ratio

15-May-2017 | Jie Shen, Jian‐wu Sun, Yang Hu, Cheng‐you Kan, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT Polysiloxane/polyacrylate (PSi/PA) core/shell latexes are fabricated, and the particle morphology, the film structure, as well as the properties of the latex films are investigated by comparing with blend latexes, and the relationship between structure and property is proposed. ...

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Maillard reaction in natural rubber latex: Improvement of concentration process

08-May-2017 | Chaveewan Kongkaew, Aphisit Poonsrisawat, Verawat Champreda, Surapich Loykulnant, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT Maillard reaction in natural rubber (NR) latex was studied by treating fresh latex with formaldehyde and glutaraldehyde. Volatile fatty acid number of the treated latex could be lower than acceptable limit (

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IJMS, Vol. 18, Pages 958: Comparative Proteomics of Rubber Latex Revealed Multiple Protein Species of REF/SRPP Family Respond Diversely to Ethylene Stimulation among Different Rubber Tree Clones

02-May-2017 | Tong, Zheng ; Wang, Dan ; Sun, Yong ; Yang, Qian ; Meng, Xueru ; Wang, Limin ; Feng, Weiqiang ; Li, Ling ; Wurtele, ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2017

Rubber elongation factor (REF) and small rubber particle protein (SRPP) are two key factors for natural rubber biosynthesis. To further understand the roles of these proteins in rubber formation, six different genes for latex abundant REF or SRPP proteins, including REF138,175,258 and ...

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Super-tough, Ultra-stretchable and Strongly Compressive Hydrogels with Core-shell Latex Particles inducing Efficient Aggregation of Hydrophobic Chains

19-Apr-2017 | Xiuyan Ren; Chang Huang; Lijie Duan; Baijun Liu; Lvjun Bu; Shuang Guan; Ji liang Hou; Huixuan Zhang; Guanghui Gao, Soft Matter, 2017

Toughness, strechability and compressibility for hydrogels were ordinarily balanced as mechanically responsive appearance. For example, the macromolecular microsphere composite hydrogels with chemical crosslinking exhibited excellent compression strength and strechability, but poor tensile ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 896: The Effect of Particles on Electrolytically Polymerized Thin Natural MCF Rubber for Soft Sensors Installed in Artificial Skin

19-Apr-2017 | Shimada, Kunio ; Mochizuki, Osamu ; Kubota, Yoshihiro, Sensors, 2017

The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of particles as filler in soft rubber sensors installed in artificial skin. We examine sensors made of natural rubber (NR-latex) that include magnetic particles of Ni and Fe3O4 using magnetic compound fluid (MCF). The 1-mm thickness of the ...

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IJMS, Vol. 18, Pages 804: Analytical Criticalities Associated to Different Immunological Methods for Serum Free Light Chain Detection in Plasma Cell Dyscrasias: A Description of Particular Clinical Cases

12-Apr-2017 | Sabatino, Rocco ; Perrone, Antonio ; Cuomo, Marco ; Liotti, Sandra ; Barchiesi, Vittoria ; Cantile, Monica ; Cavalca ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2017

Current criteria for differential diagnosis of multiple myeloma (MM), Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS), and smoldering multiple myeloma (SMM) are included in the 2003 guidelines by the International Myeloma Working Group (IMWG). An updated version was then published in ...

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Influence of coalescing aids on the latex properties and film formation of waterborne coatings

10-Apr-2017 | Peter Berce, Saša Skale, Tina Razboršek, Mojca Slemnik, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT Coalescing aids are organic solvents that are widely used to accommodate the film formation of waterborne coatings. The influence of the volatility, hydrophilicity, and amount of coalescing aids on the properties of waterborne dispersions and the dynamics of film formation was ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 767: Enhancement of MCF Rubber Utilizing Electric and Magnetic Fields, and Clarification of Electrolytic Polymerization

04-Apr-2017 | Shimada, Kunio, Sensors, 2017

Many sensors require mechanical durability to resist immense or impulsive pressure and large elasticity, so that they can be installed in or assimilated into the outer layer of artificial skin on robots. Given these demanding requirements, we adopted natural rubber (NR-latex) and developed a new ...

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